Workplace Injury Claims

Accidents happen all the time, even in places where they’re not supposed to. Whether it’s negligence or a poor stroke of bad luck, if you or somebody that you know has been involved in a workplace injury, accident or mishap, you could be able to file a claim to help you get back on your feet! 

These claims can cover a range of things, from medical costs to income losses, and much, much more – workplace injury claims are a great way to ensure that even if the worst happens, you and your family are well taken care of.


So How Can We Help You?

Using our cutting edge tools and with our powerful, proven processes we ensure that you get partnered up with a lawyer that suits you and your needs exactly. No frills and no buffering, we ensure that you get the service you need before anything else and kick off your case on the right foot. 

With a team of proven experts at your back, don’t let your situation get you down!

So if you’re looking to get started on your claim today, click the button to the right! All you’ll need to do is follow the prompts, answer as honestly as possible, and we’ll get back to you within 48 hours to see how we can help you out! Got a question? Check out below for some of the questions we frequently get asked, or drop us a message in the contact form and we’ll get back to you!

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a question? Here are some of our most asked questions. Can’t find your answer? Contact us today to find out more!

If you or anyone else is injured, call for medical assistance immediately. Your health and safety should be the top priority. Contact a manager immediately as well to report the siltation. 

Workers’ compensation generally covers injuries and illnesses that occur in the course of employment. This includes injuries from accidents, occupational diseases, repetitive stress injuries, and aggravation of pre-existing conditions if work-related.

No, workers’ compensation is a no-fault system, meaning you generally don’t need to prove that your employer or a co-worker was at fault for your injury or illness. As long as the injury occurred in the course of your employment, you are typically eligible for benefits.

In most states, you may have the right to choose your own doctor for the initial treatment of a work-related injury. However, there may be limitations or requirements, so it’s important to check your state’s specific regulations and guidelines.

A “no win, no fee” arrangement is a type of contingency fee arrangement, where an attorney only gets paid if they win your case. This means that you will not have to pay any upfront legal fees, and the attorney will only be paid a percentage of the settlement or award if they are successful in your case.

It is not required to have an attorney for a motor vehicle accident injury claim, but it is highly recommended. We help get you in touch with a qualified, experienced attorney to help you navigate the legal process, gather evidence, negotiate with insurance companies, and ensure that your rights are protected throughout the process while ensure you get the highest possible compensation.

Yes, you can negotiate a settlement with the insurance company, but it is highly recommended that you have an attorney handle the negotiation process on your behalf. An attorney can help you understand the full value of your claim and negotiate a fair settlement with the insurance company.